A traditional Scottish Jabot blouse makes a perfect compliment to our children's kilts
In the 17th and 18th centuries, a jabot consisted of cambric or lace edging sewn to both sides of the front opening of a man's shirt, and partially visible through a vest worn over it. This style arose around 1650. Jabots continue to be worn as part of the highest formal Scottish evening attire often with matching cuffs for both genders, and are a former part of Scottish highland dance costumes from the 1930s to the 1970s. Jabots continue to be worn as part of the formal Scottish attire.
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